Always engineering and building better software, Yet Analytics prides itself on providing elegant solutions and in giving back to the community.
“Yet Analytics was created with the help of the open source community, and so they hope to have a real-world impact by remaining open and allowing developers to build on top of their work. According to Margaret Roth, 'As this is a community effort and this is an open-source effort, we want to help as much as we can move that entire system forward, in addition to our own platform.’"
— Yet Co-Founder Margaret Roth quoted in ProgrammableWeb
"It is impossible to comprehend, or enable the modern learning experience without xAPI." — Phil Antonelli, senior learning strategist at Conduent Learning
Simply put, the Experience API (xAPI) lets applications share data about human performance. As a charter corporate partner member of the Data Interoperability Standards Consortium, the standards organization shepherding the development of xAPI, we take interoperability seriously and support extensibility in all of our products. We're also a regular participant and sponsor of the on-going xAPI Camp series.
Yet offers an open source Clojure(script) schema for Experience API 1.0.3. which provides validation of statements and other xAPI objects. We also host a sandbox version of our xAPI LRS, access is available upon request.
ring-jwt-session provides a stateless ring session cookie store using JSON Web Tokens. As with encrypted cookies, the 'key' is the session itself.